Studio 338 announces Terrace re-opening after fire destroyed the London venue in 2016
Greenwich, London venue Studio 338 has announced they are reopening of their legendary Terrace and Studio floors which were badly damaged by fire in August 2016.
Prior to the extensive fire and subsequent closure, Studio 338, had established itself as one of the UK’s most beautiful and best loved music spaces. They’re celebrating the re-launch with a weekend of parties across Halloween Weekend the 27th, 28th and 29th October.
The newly renovated building promises to exceed all expectations with sleek architecture, cutting-edge lighting and brand new sound system throughout. The Terrace will retain it’s Balearic character built almost entirely from airport-grade glass and steel columns to ensure sound proofing in its urban setting. Other developments include; a world first LED light installation – complete with video screen tentacles – aptly named ‘The Octopus’, brand new custom built VOID Acoustics sound system and rubberised dance floor for enhanced acoustics and added spring.
Music & Events Director Dan Perrin posted an open letter on facebook last night to reflects on the events of the last few years, which you can read here.